One piece construction for greater strength and durability.
Soft handle provides comfort and better grip.
Anti-vibration design minimizes shock to prevent vibration injuries and reduces fatigue.
â?¢ Always wear safety goggles and safety gloves when using any striking tools to guard against flying debris.
â?¢ Always use non-sparking hammer for work near flammable substance as steel hammer can cause sparks during use. Never use soft faced hammer or rubber mallet as a non-sparking tool.
â?¢ Always use insulated hammer for work on or around exposed energized parts.
â?¢ Always ensure the hammer is oil-free, shaped to fit the hand and the correct weight and length for the job. Use of light weight hammer on tasks that require heavy blows can cause bodily injury.
â?¢ Always grip the hammer near the end of the handle to provide maximum force to each blow and to reduce vibrations.
â?¢ Always strike the surface squarely and avoid glancing blows.
â?¢ Do not use hammer if the handle is loose, cracked or splintered.
â?¢ Do not use hammer if the striking face shows dents, chips, cracks, mushrooming or excessive wear.
â?¢ Do not strike nails or other objects with the side or cheek of the hammer.
â?¢ Do not strike on hard metal objects, stones or concrete.